jolie wasnt a failed anything. she has rampant breast cancer in her family. she didnt want to lose more sleep over it and when she showed a genetic predilection she said enough. and i guarantee you that her reconstructed breasts look as good as her pre-surgical breasts and maybe better. i didnt see the company fighting off all the awful jolie attention either.
as for prostate cancer what male with cancer should not be aware of the test, but should leave it to the doctor to make the decision?? please i am looking forward to this flash of insight.
Um, lies? Are you tripping? This is over. He called it. I called it. You pumped it and cashed your checks. What are posting on your free time?
you are certainly correct. it is the possibility of partnership deals that has investors making up some of the extreme damage from the dilutive financing. you are going to want partners with big sale forces since syn will have none. i think the conferences are interesting, but i dont think much of a surprise is in the cards.
yes, because lower gas prices will certainly kill fitness watch sales. very closely linked. and congress should tell the saudis to eff themselves. oh i forgot, they our dear friends and allies.
I will go out on a limb and suggest that you have not noticed the direct to consumer advertising by drug companies spending billions a year to influence consumers of those meds. Dare the insurance companies not to cover a cancer test for the most powerful political and economic force in the world. Explain how these captains of marketing failed to hire Jolie. Please. Please. They suck at their jobs.
really? a company board adopts a poison pill preventing a corporate takeover and obliterating shareholder value in the porcess, but that is never discussed in a conference call? on what planet are you living. it is the most dramatic corporate act in the history of the company. it should not be mentioned?? due to what propriety? this isnt about addressing each large shareholder. it is about addressing shareholders that got almost totally wiped out by corporate mismanagement. then prevented new ownership from correcting the damage. they damn well better be addressing the current disaster that is ICON.
i guess that will happen just after the bankruptcy? let's put some more ads on cnbc. mama needs a bonus.
i asked similar questions at 5 stores. 4 of the guys looked at me like i couldnt speak a word of Hindi. the other guy, despite having maybe 14 teeth, said that it was not selling well and would not be re-ordered. that guy said people want brand name soda. and because of no marketing support whatsoever, that makes sense to me. no signage, etc...
come on jones, dont blow this. the failures are stacked up like airplanes at LAX. dont blow this.
very low sales growth coming off such a tiny base. company is probably fairly valued at 1x sales or about 3 cent s a share adjusted for dilution. if they can kick in some real sales growth, that changes, but this isnt catching fire.
this is what i mean when i call you a corporate shill and human piece of #$%$. paid to blame the fda for their silly "warning". dont have children.
reverse split. with authorized share increase. going out of business in 3, 2, 1....
i expect that you are going to see a gradual willingness to wade back into the water. that puts the tentative price back to at least $15 - $20 with a gradual stretch to $25-30 when growth returns with some certainty. i expect management is looking for a deal to announce that shows the market that the problems are in the rear view mirror. they need a statement. and they need to address the SD investment.
the only difference between now and then for cers is that there are now 900 cases of zika in the US and territories. that is what changed. also, you have fda approval for platelets and a 1.9 billion of federal funding. so this isnt on spec anymore. there is a powerful wind behind cers and xon.
the options remain very cheap because the stock has been on a mild uptrend. some break in the incredible dearth of news over the last month could change that. there is some urgency obviously and not just because of zika. really what is called for is an accelerated process for RBC and wider adoption of fda approval pathogen reduction in europe, asia and south america.
good science in the labs, simply disgraceful marketing and patient education. they are from utah and apparently dont understand that there are markets outside the US.. they are comfortable collecting checks and doing the science. how many men know about the test in the US? statistically none. an utter failure by myriad.
i didnt try all the sodas as i dont dig all the chemicals. but the one i tasted was good in flavor. the packaging was just awful as we know. apparently in advanced cost accounting, they dont teach branding and marketing. why are such obvious lessons so hard to grasp for people? i can spot a coke can from across the room. you need a magnifying glass to see the label on the 7-11 sodas. i hope they are selling well enough that 7-11 commits to a permanent deal.
are you serious? that isnt what i wanted to hear. i would interpret it as they lost orders at half the stores. this would make some sense since the product was not marketed but introduced as a low cost house brand on sale.
i buy GT from costco. you can no longer buy reeds in any of the stores i shop in. they got the boot. the market share can no longer be regained. they lost their competitive advantages and ruined their reputation and cost how many millions in losses to us? he needs to step down.
vijay can go as long as he arranges his own blood donation in advance. no joke, many athletes will have to do this. i am frankly shocked at this point that no additional subscribers have been announced. especially Rio. it is just incredible. how do you not announce intercept use in rio to put people at ease? the hubris in all the affected areas is amazing. eventually the economic damage will become clearer as people cancel plans for cruises and disneyworld and florida summer vacations.